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  • 24 September 2020

    EIANZ Merit Award nominations now open!

    The EIANZ Merit Awards recognise members and practitioners who have made an outstanding contribution to the Institute and the environment profession. Calls for Merit Award nominations from EIANZ members for three of the five awards are made each year. This year winners will be presented with their awards at the Institute's Virtual Annual Conference.

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  • 18 September 2020

    Registrations Open! | EIANZ Virtual Annual Conference 2020

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  • 15 September 2020

    New articles are available in the Australasian Journal of Environmental Management

    New articles are available in the Australasian Journal of Environmental Management! Want to stay updated on the latest #environmental management & research? Sign-up to the AJEM, discounts are available to EIANZ members! 

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  • 3 September 2020

    EIANZ Virtual Annual Conference

    We are proud to launch EIANZ's virtual Annual Conference! This year's theme is Recovering from Disaster. Spanning 7 weeks from 14 Oct to 25 Nov, you will hear from global practitioners in this space during weekly webinars and connect with peers online.

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  • 21 August 2020

    New EIANZ Fellows appointed

    The EIANZ Board is pleased to announce the appointment of nine new Fellows. The status of Fellow is recognition of the leading role that a member has played in the environment profession. It is a well-deserved acknowledgement of their professional standing and the commitment to ethical practice over an extended period. Congratulations to these worthy recipients.

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  • 10 August 2020

    ACT Division Election Statement

    The ACT Division of EIANZ has released an Election message relating to the upcoming ACT election. 

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  • 23 July 2020

    EIANZ Board Statement | EPBC Act Review Interim Report

    The EIANZ Board has released a statement in response to the Interim Report of the Independent Review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act).

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  • 21 July 2020

    New articles | Australasian Journal of Environmental Management

    Please enjoy these newly released AJEM articles. For members with a journal subscription, visit the member centre to view the articles. Visit our website to find out more about the Institute’s journal and subscription - discounts available for members! Learn more >

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  • 16 July 2020

    CEnvP Board launch Strategic Plan 2020-2025

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  • 3 July 2020

    Farewell Danielle Bolton

    This week the Institute says goodbye to SEQ’s Secretariat, Danielle Bolton. For 18 years Danielle has been the backbone of the SEQ Division, providing members with professional development events in the form of meetings, conferences and webinars. This was all done with a smile and a cheeky sense of fun!

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  • 12 June 2020

    Launch of SIA and SEA Communities of Practice

    For the past several years the Impact Assessment Special Interest Section has hosted two informal ‘working groups’ - on Social Impact Assessment and on Strategic Environmental Assessment. Both groups have been active in sharing good practice, holding workshops and drafting submissions to the EPBC Act Review.

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  • 12 June 2020

    EIANZ Board and Heritage Special Interest Section Statement

    The Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) shares the widespread concern voiced by heritage professionals, Aboriginal People and the wider community over the destruction by Rio Tinto of the 46,000 year old Juukan Gorge rockshelters in the Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura (PKKP) lands in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

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  • 21 May 2020

    Board Statement on COVID-19

    The EIANZ Board has issued a statement recognising the importance of managing the environment despite the challenges associated with the pandemic. 

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  • 8 May 2020

    CEnvP Scheme | COVID-19 Update and Changes

    COVID-19 is having a wide-reaching impact on people, communities, and businesses at global, national, state, and local levels. In addition to personal disruption, the Board and Program Office for the Certified Environmental Practitioner Scheme recognise the negative effects the pandemic is having on businesses and the economy, as well as the cancellation of face to face events and activities.

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  • 7 May 2020

    EIANZ's EPBC Act Review submission

    We are pleased to share with you our submission to the independent review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999. This submission explores ways in which the existing regulatory framework can be made to work more effectively.

    Our submission represents the views of our members; it was developed by a working group of highly qualified and experienced members and endorsed by the Institute’s Board. It was informed by an extensive member and public consultation process. This included a series of online forums which provided environmental practitioners with an opportunity to discuss ideas and provide direct feedback on the review process. The responses address the questions outlined in the discussion paper and the recommendations formed draw from case studies and expertise of highly qualified environmental practitioners.

    EIANZ would like to thank everyone involved in this submission and will continue to connect with you throughout the review process.

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  • 2 April 2020

    EIANZ operations and COVID-19 Update

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  • 4 March 2020

    EIANZ’s response to bushfires, drought and floods

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  • 21 February 2020

    EPBC Act Review Update | 21st February 2020

    The Institute is in the final stages of compiling responses for the submission to the Discussion Paper before the April 17 deadline.

    If you have any comments or expertise relating to the below questions, please be sure to contact us at advocacy@eianz.org.

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  • 31 January 2020

    EIANZ Fellow Dr Tom Beer interviewed by franceinfo on Australia's devastating bushfires

    Over 30 years ago, he was already sounding the alarm. Tom Beer is a former scientist at CSIRO, the Australian government body for scientific research. "I was hired in 1986 to conduct a study on the effects of climate change on fires," he told franceinfo. In his results, published two years later, he made an alarming observation: "We discovered that there would be a dramatic increase in the severity of fires." 

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  • 20 January 2020

    EPBC Act Review Submission Deadline Extended to April 17

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